International Bestselling Author Jeffery Deaver And The Never Game

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1r5yIYAyiAo Today brings a special guest to the show. Number one internationally bestselling author Jeffery Deaver dropped by to talk about his newest release - The Never Game - which introduces a new series character, Colter Shaw. Also covered: character as setting, blending the world of survivalism with gaming, and writing a message without hitting …

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Research For Middle Grade Historicals & Incubation as Inspiration with Anne O’Brien Carelli

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91vWBcdBlPk Today’s guest on the podcast is Anne O’Brien Carelli author of Skylark and Wallcreeper, a middle grade story that alternates between Brooklyn in 2012 and the German-occupied town of Brume in 1944. Anne joined me today to talk about writing for children, and the amount of research required to write historical fiction – no …

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The Enduring Qualities of Myth & Publishing Without An Agent With Elizabeth Tammi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsnSoRtV0kI&lc=z23uitqrpkzbcpfwb04t1aokg45gfeyj5ptmnb3le5bcbk0h00410 Today's guest on the podcast is Elizabeth Tammi, author of Outrun the Wind which released from Flux  in 2018, and the forthcoming The Weight of a Soul, coming in December of 2019. Elizabeth studies creative writing and journalism at Mercer University, where she works for her college’s newspaper and literary magazine. Elizabeth joined me …

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Writing From A Place of Pain & How Process Can Change For Each Project With Anica Mrose Rissi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-erBnDjoW0 Posting the newest episode of the podcast early for everyone who is stuck indoors this weekend! Today’s guest is Anica Mrose Rissi the author of the Anna, Banana chapter-book series, the picture books Watch Out for Wolf! and The Teacher’s Pet, as well as a YA novel, Always Forever Maybe. Her essays have been published by The Writer and the New York Times, …

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Poetry, Typewriters & How A Slower Process Can Boost Your Creativity with Sean Petrie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xx0tnQ66EMA Welcome back to the guest format of the podcast! I hope you enjoy my new lineup for 2019. Today's guest is Sean Petrie, a founding member of the poetry group Typewriter Rodeo and co-author of Typewriter Rodeo: Real People, Real Stories, Custom Poems (Andrews McMeel Universal 2018). He has six short children's books coming out in …

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